[Gtkradiant] Re: Patch work for FreeBSD native build

Timothee Besset gtkradiant@zerowing.idsoftware.com
Fri, 20 Sep 2002 16:09:33 +0200

This is getting all very messy. The only issue around this is wether we
release a native BSD build for 1.2.11. If we want to we'd need to have BSD
patches in 1.2 tree. Or you can just build the BSD bins yourself with the
current patch and hand them over to me. If we want till 1.3 for BSD, then
we can move all the work to 1.3 tree directly.

In any case I don't want to add the extra load of scons to 1.2.11 release
work, this has to remain 1.3


On Fri, 20 Sep 2002 09:47:23 -0400
"Lyndon Griffin" <lyndon@bsd4us.org> wrote:

> Timothee Besset writes: 
> > The scons build is scheduled for 1.3 afaik? You have worked on BSD
> > compatibility on the 1.2 tree. 
> The patch I submitted for this bug (606) is for the 1.2 tree, yes.  I have 
> also been working on the 1.3 tree because it was convenient WRT scons work:  
> 1.3 work for FreeBSD has been to detect the OS type in scons and force 
>  -D__linux__ on the build commands, rather than to hack the actual sources.  
> This works for just about everything.  Hence my eager agreement that 
> changing "#ifdef __linux__" in the sources to "#ifdef __nix__" is A Good 
> Thing. 
> > As for 1.2 + BSD + cons build, we can get away with some simple perl and
> > config checks. I'd suggest you produce a patch with #define __nix__ and
> > globals for the config- stuff. You don't need to write the code to decide
> > between glib-config and glib12-config at this point, it can be done later
> > on while I integrate your patch.
> Roger that. 
> <:)  Lyndon
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